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Mr. Jim Hartman

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • B.S. degree , Chemistry
    San Diego State University
  • M.S. Degree , Chemistry
    San Diego State University
  • B.S. , Chemistry
    San Diego State University
  • M.S.
    San Diego State University
  • MS & BS , Chemistry
    San Diego State University
12 Total References
Web References
Atomate - Management Team
www.atomate.com, 31 Oct 2009 [cached]
Jim Hartman, Vice President of Process Engineering
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Jim Hartman, Vice President of Process Engineering
Mr. Jim Hartman is responsible for process optimization and scaling for production of carbon nanotube and nanowire-based electronics at wafer levels.
Jim has 25 years of experience in development of semiconductor devices from R&D to full scale production, with responsibilities for process transfer, process integration, and supplier qualifications. He has implemented rigorous process control and defect reduction plans to improve yields for high volume production in large and small semiconductor companies. Prior to joining Atomate, Jim was the Director of Process Integration and Yield Enhancement at International Rectifier. He has also served as the Vice President of Manufacturing Operations at Optical Micro-Machines and as the Vice President of Manufacturing at LinFinity Microelectronics, later acquired by Microsemi Corporation. Jim has also worked at Lam Research Corporation and at Unisys Corporation, where he developed processes for CVD-based product lines.
Jim earned his M.S. and B.S. degrees in Chemistry from San Diego State University.
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel ...
www.betanews.com, 29 May 2008 [cached]
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel Rebeiz join Joseph Adam, Jim Hartman and John Petersen in supporting WiSpry's transition from technology development to product rollout.
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As vice president of manufacturing at OMM, Jim Hartman has been a leader in the development of MEMS fabrication processes and packaging.Hartman initiated the fabless model in MEMS manufacturing.His experience includes management positions at ST Micro, Microsemi and IR.Hartman is currently vice president of Engineering for Atomate in Simi Valley where he is responsible for process development and process integration of carbon nanotubes into semiconductor devices.
Atomate - Nanotube and Nanowire Synthesis Components, Systems, and Materials Custom Built to Spec
www.atomate.com, 26 Feb 2008 [cached]
Jim HartmanVice President of Process Engineering
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Jim HartmanVice President of Process Engineering
Jim Hartman, Vice President of Process Engineering is responsible for the process optimization and scaling for production of carbon nanotube and nanowire based electronics at wafer levels.
Jim Hartman has almost 25 years of experience in developing semiconductor devices from R&D to full scale production with responsibilities for process transfer, process integration, and supplier qualifications.He has implemented rigorous process control and defect reduction plans to improve yields for high volume production in large and small semiconductor companies.Prior to Atomate, Jim was the Director of Process Integration and Yield Enhancement at International Rectifier.He has also served as the Vice President of Manufacturing Operations at Optical Micro-Machines, Vice President of Manufacturing at LinFinity Microelectronics (acquired by Microsemi Corporation).Jim has also worked at Lam Research Corporation and Unisys Corporation in developing processes for CVD based product lines.
Jim earned his MS & BS in Chemistry from San Diego State University.
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel ...
sst.pennnet.com, 29 May 2008 [cached]
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel Rebeiz join Joseph Adam, Jim Hartman and John Petersen in supporting WiSpry's transition from technology development to product rollout.
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As vice president of manufacturing at OMM, Jim Hartman has been a leader in the development of MEMS fabrication processes and packaging.Hartman initiated the fabless model in MEMS manufacturing.His experience includes management positions at ST Micro, Microsemi and IR.Hartman is currently vice president of Engineering for Atomate in Simi Valley where he is responsible for process development and process integration of carbon nanotubes into semiconductor devices.
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel ...
www.arventures.com, 29 May 2008 [cached]
Dr. Kurt Petersen and Dr. Gabriel Rebeiz join Joseph Adam, Jim Hartman and John Petersen in supporting WiSpry's transition from technology development to product rollout.
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As vice president of manufacturing at OMM, Jim Hartman has been a leader in the development of MEMS fabrication processes and packaging.Hartman initiated the fabless model in MEMS manufacturing.His experience includes management positions at ST Micro, Microsemi and IR.Hartman is currently vice president of Engineering for Atomate in Simi Valley where he is responsible for process development and process integration of carbon nanotubes into semiconductor devices.
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